Dibyashwari Hydropower Company Limited (DHPL) has revised its proposal for issuing right shares, as decided during a Board of Directors (BOD) meeting held on Ashwin 29. The initial plan was to offer 1:1 or 100% right shares, announced on Ashad 10, 2080. However, the BOD meeting on Ashwin 29 decided to cancel the previous proposal and instead put forward a new plan to issue 1:2 or 200% right shares based on the current paid-up capital.
DHPL has also specified its intention to invest 51% of the capital generated from the right issue into the Five Khapan Hydropower project. The company cites the need to clear outstanding loans acquired from banks as a primary reason for this decision.
It’s important to note that the implementation of this decision is contingent on approval from the relevant regulatory authorities and subsequent endorsement at the upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the company.
In terms of financial performance, DHPL reported a net loss of Rs 3.82 Crore while generating revenue of Rs 8.60 Crores from power sales. The company has a power generation capacity of 3.3 MW.